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Looking for deployment procedure for WebSphere Application Server

 
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Hello All,
I am familiar with WebLogic application server and deploying EJB's in WebLogic Server. I just want to get familiarize the WebSphere envionment too. I downloaded the Trial version of WebSphere Application Server 5.0 trial edition and installed it. I am going through the "Samples Gallary". I found how to deploy Servlets & JSP's in WebSphere. But not for EJB's..
Can anyone tell me how to deploy EJB's in WebSphere server? I will be glad if anyone could send me a URL for the above..
There are some tools wsadmin etc.. I am going throught he InfoCenter but not getting clear concept..Help me here..
Thanks in advance..
Jyothi
 
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Try using WAS AAT. But if you use WSAD it must be pretty straight.
 
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Thanks Venky..
I have seen that AAT tool..Can you give me breif idea about that..Actually I downloaded the WSAD also. but while installing I read the Hardware requirements which needs 768MB RAM..mine is 522 MB..I thought system may crash..so I didn't go for it..
Once I get some idea, I will post my questions here..
Thanks,
 
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